He has had to cover CB with a new non CB partner in Wilson. And he has captained the side with a calm authority. He has been awesome.
The case could be made for others but to be honest whelan is most improved, and the others have been inconsistent. Not in a bad way but it's taken them games to show a great level and settle under Hughes.
I've discounted bego. He's had a great season. I prefer an outfield player but we have won more games and points through our outfield than him saving games than last year. A lot of games through good play he has had little to do.
What are the main challenges facing the new government? You mean apart from a total lack of political nous and knowledge of the real world? The central problem is the lack of true radicalism. When this country was great, we didn't have the welfare state, a National Health Service or free education. What we did have was an empire, no income tax and a fucking big navy. You don't need a PhD to work it out, do you?
Post by wokinghampotter on May 6, 2014 17:03:39 GMT
Well pleased that Ryan is leading as he played for the most part of the season without Huth. A splendid effort by Ryan, very well mannered, steers clear of the media with the opngoing stupidity of Arsenal et al.
A great effort and ever so positive. To think that he says he will learn from having been sent off is magnificent!
Having been one of his biggest critics in the past, Glen Whelan has been transformed this season. In the role he is now playing he is as effective as anyone I have seen this Year. This has enabled N'Zonzi to get forward more, and added a effective layer of protection for the back four.
Shawcross & whelan fully deserve to be where they are, but I've voted with my heart and picked Marko. I think the team has been a little flair starved since fuller left and Marko adds a 3rd dimension - that unpredictability is a pretty big weapon.